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Excel 2003. I have columns that represent the 52 weeks of the year. I have a
formula that adds the % complete of several tasks. Each week I manually
enter the current week's value in the corresponding column. I have a graph
that shows the value for each week. Is there a formula or function that will
execute this automatically as time progresses through the year?
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